Adam Brett

communications, Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • August 23, 2022

Top Tips For Approaching Cybersecurity Media

In the world of PR, there are few fields more exciting and terrifying than the cybersecurity industry. It feels like every day we hear about a new breach, hack or vulnerability that has impacted an individual or organization. The numbers back this up; a recent cybersecurity report from research firm ThoughtLab found that the average […]

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Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl • April 29, 2022

The Best PR Agency Asset: Flawless Media Contact Lists

For a PR agency team, few things are more important than having media contacts at the ready. In fact, a media placement strategy with the perfect balance of quality and quantity is one of the unsung secret of great PR and media relations. Media contacts aren’t magic….they’re work But media contacts aren’t magic. They’re a […]

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communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • February 2, 2022

PR Tips For Staffing A Media Interview

As a PR agency team, we know that media interviews help build connections between a reporter and a client company. Even if the conversation doesn’t result in immediate coverage, showcasing expertise often yields future opportunities. In other words, as long as it’s a productive conversation, we’ve already scored a win. But how to ensure the […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • June 30, 2021

PR Advice For Building Better Media Relationships

Every PR agency team appreciates the importance of relationships with key media outlets and personnel. This is particularly true in B2B PR, where we tend to approach the same business and trade journalists on behalf of client executives and their brands. The most successful agencies have contacts ready to go for any type of announcement […]

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communications, Crenshaw Communications, media relations, PR Fish Bowl, public relations • January 14, 2021

5 Reasons Your Story Wasn’t Picked Up: A PR View

Every experienced PR person has had their share of media opportunities that looked promising but never resulted in coverage. In fact, most can recall a particular occasion where everything went right, whether it was a full interview or a quick comment, and nothing came of it. Although there’s no magic to guaranteeing a 100% coverage […]

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